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There are many reasons for choosing Backcountry Skiing in Niseko:

Due to its unique geographic location, Niseko receives about 350 centimeters of snow annually. Combined with the low temperatures, this keeps the snow in the perfect condition for backcountry skiing all winter long.



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Best time to visit

During the winter, from mid-December to March

How long should I stay?

This depends on how much free time you have. Guides offer an array of options from single-day outings to week-long treks

What’s the weather like?

During the winter, Niseko gets plenty of snow. It is often awarded as the second snowiest place on earth and winter temperatures are generally below freezing

More info about Backcountry Skiing in Niseko:

Located on the island of Hokkaido in the northern-most part of Japan, Niseko is a skiers paradise. The slopes of Mt. Yotei, which towers over the city, are perfect for advanced and intermediate skiers. The city has four resorts around it with an array of different pistes for skiers of all levels. It is also located nearby to kiroro, a lovely and remote area for some excellent skiing; rusutsu, which is perfect for tree skiing; and Sapporo Teine, which is known for its steep terrain and stunning ocean views



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